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Rd 23 Jersey Flegg team vs Sharks

Manly Warringah Sea Eagles Coach Adam McEwen has named his team to play the Cronulla Sutherland Sharks in round 23 of the NSWRL Jersey Flegg Cup.

The match will be played at 4 Pines Park on Saturday, August 20, at 1.30pm, in the first game of a triple header at the ground.

With two rounds remaining, the Sharks sit in fourth position on 27 points with the Sea Eagles out of finals contention in 10th place on 20 points. 

Manly beat Cronulla 24-22 at Pointsbet Stadium in round seven.

Sea Eagles team

1 Luke Tucker

2 Sanele Aukusitino

3 Ryan Garner

4 Jonah Palota-Kopa

5 Cameron Brown

6 Jason Smyth

7 Jamie Humphreys

8 Sosaia Moala

9 Soakimi Fakaua

10 Faeo Tongia

11 Ajay Iosefa 

12 Oliver Clements

13 Zane Dunford


14 Tylor Bunting

15 Jonathan Chan

16 Caleb Navale

17 Seturi Iakopo

18 Flynn Angles-Corke

20 Charlie Thompson

Season Results

Rd 1: lost 30-20 to Penrith, Penrith Stadium

Rd 2: lost 40-24 to Sydney Roosters, Leichhardt Oval

Rd 3: beat Canterbury-Bankstown 26-12, 4 Pines Park

Rd 4: lost 28-24 to Canberra Raiders, 4 Pines Park

Rd 5: lost 20-0 to Newcastle Knights, McDonald Jones Stadium

Rd 6: lost 48-28 to St George-Illawarra Dragons, 4 Pines Park

Rd 7: beat Cronulla 24-22, Pointsbet Stadium

Rd 8: beat South Sydney 20-12, Redfern Oval

Rd 9: lost 30-24 to Wests Tigers, 4 Pines Park

Rd 10:  No fixtures 

Rd 11: beat Parramatta Eels 25-18, Ringrose Park

Rd 12: lost 32-18 to Victoria Thunderbolts, Cranbourne

Rd 13: lost 40-22 to Sydney Roosters, 4 Pines Park

Rd 14: lost 22-20 to Wests Tigers, Campbelltown Sports Stadium

Rd 15: beat South Sydney 30-26, 4 Pines Park

Rd 16: beat Victoria Thunderbolts 44-24, 4 Pines Park.

Rd 17: beat St George-Illawarra Dragons 26-16, 4 Pines Park

Rd 18: beat Newcastle Knights 30-12, 4 Pines Park

Rd 19: lost 44-10 to Penrith, HE Laybutt Field

Rd 20: Bye

Rd 21: lost 38-8 to Parramatta Eels, 4 Pines Park

Rd 22: lost 44-24 to Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs, Belmore Sports Ground.

Acknowledgement of Country

Manly Warringah Sea Eagles respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.

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